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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Koi, much like salmon, swim upstream to their spawning grounds. According to legend, if a koi succeeds swimming all the way back up the Yellow River (also called the Rainbow River) and climbing the falls at a point called Dragon Gate, it is instantly transformed into a Dragon which flies into the sky, where it rules both the air and the water!
Based on that legend, the Dragon's symbolism includes aspirations that are larger than life and determined advancement. Koi also symbolize perseverance in adversity and strength of purpose. Because of its strength and determination to overcome obstacles, the Koi is aligned with courage and the ability to attain the highest goals.
Both the Dragon and the Koi bring good fortune to their owners. Very few creatures bring so much power with them when they are in your environment. So I have more great news for you - now you can own Dragon Koi without having to take care of a pond! Now that's great Feng Shui! Hang these paintings in the Career gua or the Wealth gua of your home or office and experience the immediate energy shift!
Visit MaryAnn's website and see all three images in the Legend of the Koi Series. You can link there by clicking the Dragon Koi title above. Please be sure to tell her I sent you. She has a special introductory offer of 20% off their normal price for my clients, but that sale price expires February 10th when they go on sale to everyone. You are the first to know about the series. This is a limited edition and they'll go fast, so I encourage you to check them out right away.
If you have family, clients, or friends who dream big, they'll be interested in these paintings too, so I hope you'll share this email after you have checked them out. Just wanted to be sure you had first dibs. : )
Oh, and one last thing: I'm preparing a surprise for you for February. Watch your email. Fun new stuff is coming!!
Monday, January 30, 2012
When parts of the world were still unknown, mapmakers would sometimes write in the unexplored areas "Here, There Be Dragons" to indicate there were rumors of scary stuff in that part of the world. The planet has been navigated now, except for the depths of the oceans, which is said to be one of the territories of Dragons.
In the West, Dragons are considered to be the stuff of fairy tales. Knights of yore killed Dragons because they were always stealing princesses and burning crops. Those Dragons had wings and could fly. They breathed fire and hoarded treasure. Oh, and they were big - really big. And very dangerous.
In the East, Dragons are symbols of great power and are said to bring good luck. Dragons of the East usually don't have wings, but they are masters of the skies and seas. They have supernatural abilities which include flying and controlling the weather. A Dragon is unpredictable, ethereal, and so big you can't see its head and tail at the same time. Dragons who are angered can summon typhoons, tsunamis, or droughts. Dragons who are content can bring abundance, prosperity, and well-being.
Monday, January 23rd is the Chinese New Year of the Black Water Dragon. Black is the color of the deepest waters in the ocean where the sunshine cannot reach and man has not gone. The Water element flows through our emotions, careers, and social interactions. The Dragon itself is the power of life pushing up and out into being, the same way tulips push up and out from their bulbs as Winter ends. Just as there is no way to stop Spring from coming, the power of the Dragon is invincible.
The blend of these three energies in the Black Water Dragon year suggests that 2012 will be filled with unpredictable and possibly awesome water issues and events. We will all be navigating new territory in 2012, so expect there to be Dragons! The Mayan calendar's ending is connected more to the end of an era of man's self-interest, competition, and singularity. It is said that we are now advancing in our humanity, compassion, and awareness of interconnectedness, and mankind will be better for it and the Dragon's influence.
To enhance your abundance, prosperity, and well-being this year, tend to your gardens. Replace dead plants with fresh, rich foliage. If your gardens are sparse from the drought, speak to a professional about what you can grow with minimal water. Happy plants reflect the abundance of the Dragon. Tend to your water. Make sure you don't have any leaks or drips, and prosper by saving both water and money. You'll create your own luck this year, so treat everyone you meet and yourself with respect, compassion, and generosity, and those qualities will be reflected in how others treat you. When the Dragon is content and honored, all good things flow into the lives of man.
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I wish you all the abundance, prosperity, and well-being of a Happy Black Water Dragon New Year!
P.S. To see a quick video on things you can do to enhance your career in 2012, click here. There are 5 Career videos and many others for you to enjoy. I hope you'll share them with others you feel may benefit from them too.
We are all in this together. If any questions arise for you from the videos, please feel free to write them to me just below the video. I'll get answers back to you soon as I can.
Monday, January 2, 2012
Happy New Year! You've got a new calendar and I've gathered and listed all the information you need to add to your it to turn your life around in 2012!!